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Owens Recovery Science, INC is a single source for PTs, OTs, ATCs, DCs, MDs and other medical professionals seeking certification in personalized blood flow restriction rehabilitation training (PBFR) and the equipment needed to apply it. We are the largest provider of BFR training and systems for professional/collegiate teams and healthcare systems.
 
Join clinician and author Lisa Dale Miller at the leading edge of integrative mental health! We deliver thoughtful dialogues with innovative clinicians, researchers and contemplatives that unite health science research and profound wisdom traditions, inform about somatic psychotherapies and Buddhist psychology, and we do it all with big dose of intelligence, clarity, curiosity and openheartedness.
 
The Science of Sports Recovery Podcast dives deep into what the elite athletes are doing for their recovery routines that keep them at the top levels of performance. Guests include Professional Athletes from all disciplines as well as World-Leading Researchers on specific tools, nutrition, and trends in the Sports recovery industry to make sure you know Fact from Placebo to help you develop the recovery routine to take you to the top of your sport. Hosted by Jase Kraft - Recovery Specialist ...
 
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Tell their story - In episode 3 of our Memorial Day triple cast Johnny interviews Ryan Hendrickson author of "Tip of the Spear" (buy it here https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07W1KC344), and Dr. Joe Hsu of Atrium Health. They talk about their experiences managing and recovering from limb salvage procedures. More about Ryan: https://ryanmhendrickson.com/Mo…
 
Jim Davis is a former professional football player, champion powerlifter and nationally recognized coach. He leads one of the largest and most successful strength programs in the nation at the New Trier High School and was honored as 2018 NASA National Coach of the Year, and was Runner-Up in 2019. He has presented keynote addresses all over the wor…
 
Jim Davis is a former professional football player, champion powerlifter and nationally recognized coach. He leads one of the largest and most successful strength programs in the nation at the New Trier High School and was honored as 2018 NASA National Coach of the Year, and was Runner-Up in 2019. He has presented keynote addresses all over the wor…
 
Ari Gronich is a Keynote Speaker, Educator, Consultant, and a Podcaster in Corporate Health, Wellness and Culture. He is the host of Create a New Tomorrow podcast where his goal is to inspire audiences to take action with tips and tricks on health nutrition and the world we live in. He is also the founder and CEO of Achieve Health USA and the Perfo…
 
This is a very special episode featuring Anne C. Klein, PhD, aka Lama Rigzin Drolma; Professor of Religious Studies at Rice University, Buddhist Studies scholar and Tibetan translator, author, and Tibetan Buddhist teacher. It was such an honor to discuss Dr. Klein’s groundbreaking book, Heart Essence of the Vast Expanse Foundational Practices and t…
 
Tell their story episode 2 - In this installment Kyle reads a message from his friend and Marine Will Cuellar about Memorial Day and 3 men he would like to honor. Then Johnny and Kyle talk w/ Retired Lt. Col. Dr. Kevin Kirk of The San Antonio Orthopedic Group. For more about Dr. Kirk: https://www.tsaog.com/our-physicians/physician/kevin-kirk/…
 
Tell their story - This is our inaugural Memorial Day podcast where we will attempt to honor the fallen. In this first episode, Kyle offers a brief history of Memorial Day and some of the traditions associated with it. At minute 16 we observe a one-minute moment of silence in honor of the National Moment of Remembrance. Then Zac and Kyle talk about…
 
Sarah Schlichter is a Registered Dietitian with her Master’s in Public Health, Nutrition Consultant, and Freelance Writer. She is the Cohost of the podcast, Nail Your Nutrition, that helps athletes support their training by fueling them with the nutrition advice they need. She is also the creator of the healthy living blog and brand, Bucket List Tu…
 
Kylie Ohlmiller is one of the best professional lacrosse players in the nation and the founder and owner of KO17 Lacrosse. She broke a 17-year old NCAA DI record for career points and a 9-year-old NCAA DI record for career assists. Ohlmiller served as team captain her sophomore, junior and senior seasons, and totaled 255 goals during her four-year …
 
I have Alex Weber on the show today. He is an American ninja warrior, a world record holder, five times TED Speaker and one of the youngest coaches ever to be awarded the US lacrosse coach of the year honors. I believe he has a pretty impressive lacrosse career as well. Episodes Mention: Episode 28 with Cory Camp: https://scienceofsportsrecovery.co…
 
In this episode Johnny and Kyle chat with Dr. Jamie Burr, Director of the Human Performance & Health Research Laboratory at the University of Guelph. During this podcast we discuss Dr. Burr and his lab’s work centering on ischemic preconditioning, and blood flow restriction exercise and how it can be used to address the exercise needs of the elite …
 
Today, we are chatting with Cory Camp. Cory grew up a swimmer and that consumed his life for 18 years until graduation day, whereas many of us, he found himself kind of at a loss of what to do, he found himself 40 pounds heavier than his athletic weight and overall not prepared for life after sport. He certainly got back on track now and works with…
 
Today I'm chatting with the author of Roar: Women Are Not Small Men. She is the leading global expert on female physiology and endurance training. So if you are a woman, if you coach women, if you have a wife that's training, if you're interested in wooing an endurance woman, you have to go check out her Instagram @DrStacySims and go learn some stu…
 
Psychiatrist, renown mindfulness and habit change researcher, Jud Brewer, MD, PhD once again disrupts conventional framing of mental health disorders and their treatment. This time the target is anxiety. Jud says you cannot think your way out of anxiety. Because anxiety is actually a habit loop—an unrewarding reward that experientially and neurobio…
 
Johnny Owens has been applying Personalized Blood Flow Restriction (PBFR) Rehabilitation Training clinically since 2012 and credits the modality with significant strength recovery in patients. He has taken part in numerous research projects involving regenerative medicine, sports medicine, and rehabilitation of the combat casualty. Owens has been p…
 
Today's interview features Dr. Jamie Pugh (PhD). Dr. Pugh is a post-doctoral research at Liverpool John Moores University. During his PhD and current work, he has looked at the effect exercise can have on the gastrointestinal system and in more recent work, looked at the effects probiotic supplementation can have on endurance athletes. He has also …
 
Today I’m introducing you to Mr. Rich Ryan. Rich comes from the running world, as a Division 1 runner, he has been training in endurance for over 15 years and has been coaching athletes for nearly a decade. He is also an entrepreneur and the founder of Reinforced Running, where he has helped hundreds of athletes to new PR’s. Rich is a current membe…
 
In this episode Johnny and Kyle chat with Todd Schroeder, PhD, MS, CSCS, FACSM of the University of Southern California. The fellas discuss how Todd go interested in BFR and how he has and continues to explore its effects on muscle! Dr. Schroeder holds a full-time faculty position in the USC Divisionof Biokinesiology and Physical Therapy. He is the…
 
Dr. Joe Rinaldi is a wealth of knowledge and I’m very excited to get his take on recovery, perspective of sport, and having a champion mindset. Joe has had his share of challenges when it comes to sports as he was diagnosed with Best Disease at age 10. Best Disease is a genetic condition that causes progressive degeneration of the macula and deteri…
 
Faye quickly became a dangerous threat to obstacle course racers around the world. In 2014 she placed 12th at the Spartan World Championship. The last three years Faye has been focused on her ultimate goal of being crowned the World Champion. In 2016 Faye had a big year; she was signed on the Spartan Pro Team, finished 2nd in the US Spartan Champio…
 
Jenn has 23 years of experience working with athletes in all sports and of all ages. She sits on the USOC (United States Olympic Committee) dietitian registry and works with Olympic hopefuls, NCAA Student-Athletes, Prep School Athletes, Adult Athletes, and Youth Athletes. Most recently Jennifer began teaching Sports Nutrition as an adjunct professo…
 
Kathy L. Kain, PhD returns to share her unparalleled expertise on effective use of somatic interventions in in-person and online psychotherapy. She gets very specific about what interventions work and don’t work, and the kind of patients that may benefit or be underserved when the medium of contact is screen-only. And Kathy gives in-depth analysis …
 
Jessica O’Connell competed in the 2016 Olympic Games placing 26th in the 5k. She has had numerous World Championship appearances including a top 10 finish in the indoor 3k, an event she is currently the Canadian Record holder in. Jess doesn't just have the speed in her legs through, she has the brains to back it up. I’m sure you’ll pick that up in …
 
In this episode, we are going to discuss the difference between men and women. Contrary to popular belief, Women are not Men. Their bodies are different, but the research world, the athletic world, don’t treat them as such. Today I’m here with Helene Guillaume the CEO of WILD.AI, a company that is looking to solve the issue that the medical world h…
 
In this episode we chat with Associate Professor in the Division of Physical Therapy and the Department of Orthopedic Surgery at University of Kentucky Brian Noehren, PT, PhD, FACSM and Associate Professor Chris Fry, PhD of University of Kentucky in the Department of Athletic Training and Clinical Nutrition. Brian and Chris have a registered (ref. …
 
Ryan Atkins is one of the fittest athletes on earth, from winning the Spartan Games, to never losing a solo race over 8 hours, he has had an impressive career coming from a unique background in Unicycling to now being top of the world in Spartan Obstacle Races. He has 10 pages of achievements that I’m not going to list, but most recently has been s…
 
Dr. Levers’ professional career prior to academia was grounded in athletic performance development at the Division I collegiate level and in the private sector. After obtaining his doctoral degree, Dr. Levers founded a strength and conditioning facility in New Jersey where he served as the Director of Athletic Performance and Nutrition. In addition…
 
Andrew Moullin was a standout in college at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville and made his way into the Major League Soccer Scene post collegiately. He has experience playing in the US as well as Germany. Accomplishments Include: Guided SIUE out of a 33 Year NCAA Tournament Drought Made it to the sweet 16 before losing to wake forest 5 year…
 
Soul initiation is an essential and hazardous spiritual adventure that most modern cultures have forgotten. Eco-psychologist Bill Plotkin discusses this mythopoetic, life-altering journey which he beautifully explicates in his new book, Journey of Soul Initiation. I chose to commence GG Season Four with this riveting, deep and edgy dialogue on the …
 
Soon after earning his Doctorate in Physical Therapy, Rhett became disappointed with his profession. Rather than reaching for greatness and pushing the envelope, he felt the physical therapy industry had become stagnant and complacent. This brought him to a crossroads that eventually led to the patented One80 System®. After several years of experim…
 
Corinna is an impressively diverse athlete being the top of the world in CrossFit to Spartan, a DI Triathlete at Virginia Tech, and many accolades in highschool in lacrosse, soccer, and cross country. Her most recent accolades include: Spartan world champs(2nd), 2017/18 TMX (1st + 2nd), CrossFit games team competitor (‘18), ‘19 spartan stadion seri…
 
In this episode the fellas discuss a recent paper in the Scandinavian Journal of Medicine & Science in Sports. The paper did a really nice job of refining the work of other authors to remove some bias and give a nice picture of what has been shown thus far as it pertains to the comparison of BFR w/ light weigh to traditional strength training via h…
 
Dr. Kelly Sterrett is a coach, a physical therapist, a two-time New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller, author, speaker, and co-founder of The Ready State. Kelly's clients include professional athletes in the NFL, NBA, NHL, and MLB. He also works with Olympic gold medalists, Tour de France cyclists, world and national record holding, Oly…
 
With a rowing career leading him to a 4th place finish at the 2016 Rio Olympics Hans Struzyna has a unique perspective on sports recovery. He started rowing at an early age, but his career really exploding during his collegiate career where he helped the Washington Huskies to 2 varsity-8 National Titles. We chat about his recovery routine, his expe…
 
Part 2 of our conversation! I highly recommend you listen to part 1 first and then to come back here. As you’ll quickly learn in our conversation Gary Reinl is very passionate about the recovery industry. Especially when it comes to practices that don’t make sense. Gary was one of the first people to really blow the whistle on the RICE protocol and…
 
As you’ll quickly learn in our conversation Gary Reinl is very passionate about the recovery industry. Especially when it comes to practices that don’t make sense. Gary was one of the first people to really blow the whistle on the RICE protocol and has now worked with over 100 professional teams over the last 20 years to facilitate proper recovery …
 
Sandy is a functional movement specialist and a self-proclaimed movement optimist. And right about now, you are probably thinking to yourself. What the heck is a functional movement specialist? Well, I’ll tell you this. What you’ll learn in this episode will absolutely blow your mind. She has extensive experience with NCAA, professional athletes, a…
 
In this year of radical loss, Opening to Grief: Finding your way from loss to peace is an essential guidebook for anyone navigating grief and loss. Claire B. Willis, author, clinical social worker, ordained lay Buddhist chaplain and yoga teacher talks about her journey writing this book and shares expert counsel about the many ways to honor any for…
 
Lindsay Webster has been dominating the Spartan and Obstacle Course Racing scene the last few years including 2 World Championship titles. She has many more accolades as a Spartan, although Obstacle Course Racing (referred to as OCR) may be a relatively new sport, Lindsay is no stranger to being at the top of her discipline. In her collegiate caree…
 
If you haven’t listened to part 1 yet, I highly encourage it. It’s episode #6. Just a reminder of who you are listening to: I’m in the middle of my interview with the world renowned Sport Sleep Coach, Nick Littlehales. Nick has developed the R90 Technique that has been proven time and time again to improve sleep for elite level athletes. This is ou…
 
This week I’m introducing you to part 1 of a 2-part episode on Sleep. You get to listen in on my conversation with world renowned Sport Sleep Coach, Nick Littlehales. Nick has developed the R90 Technique that has been proven time and time again to improve sleep for elite level athletes. This is outlined in great detail in his book Sleep The Myth of…
 
My second dialogue with Evan Thompson covers his latest and most controversial book, Why I Am Not A Buddhist, which spotlights conceptual and functional problems with Buddhist modernism, Buddhist exceptionalism, Buddhist Empiricism, and neural Buddhism. With philosophical adeptness, Evan argues a cosmopolitan view of not-self and enlightenment, and…
 
Max Rooke grew up and played for professional team Reading Football Club (soccer) before moving to the U.S.A to play collegiate soccer for NCAA Division I Mercer University. During this time he won four conference championships, was Atlantic Sun Conference player of the year, an All-American selection and is currently the only male soccer player in…
 
In this episode of the Owens Recovery Science podcast Johnny and Kyle chat with Mark Mañago, PT, DPT, PhD, NCS. Mark is an Assistant Professor in the Physical Therapy program at the University of Colorado Anschutz Medical Campus. Dr. Mañago is a dedicated researcher, focused on advancing clinical research in the field of rehabilitation in people wi…
 
Using Data to explain your Recovery Summary: Justin Roethlingshoefer is the founder of the Hockey Summit and all inclusive training camp for professional hockey players. And this camp utilizes the same techniques from his book Intent. His born and raised in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada, and now resides in New York City. Justin is a coach and author, a…
 
Summary: Dr. Tom Clifford is a world leading researcher in the world of tart cherry juice and beetroot juice when it comes to athletic recovery. Dr. Clifford has a bachelor's in sports and exercise science and a master's in sports performance. He also has a doctorate and exercise, health, nutrition. He's worked with several elite sports teams, incl…
 
Health First Approach to Recovery Summary: Sonja Wieck (w-ick) underwent a life transformation taking her from an average stay-at-home mom to a World-Class Ironman triathlete. She is a 6x Kona Ironman World Championship Qualifier, came in 2nd place at Kona Ironman World Female 35-39 age group (2015), was named the Ironman All World Female 35-39 Cha…
 
Olympic Trials Marathoner's Recovery Routine - Austin O'Brien Summary: Austin O'Brien didn't see his elite level of success until after college in two thousand sixteen, he got the idea to try and qualify for the Olympic trials marathon and in 2020, that dream became a reality when he competed in the Olympic trials this February after qualifying in …
 
The Science of Sports Recovery Podcast dives deep into what the elite athletes are doing for their recovery routines that keep them at the top levels of performance. Guests include Professional Athletes from all disciplines as well as World-Leading Researchers on specific tools, nutrition, and trends in the Sports recovery industry to make sure you…
 
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